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Dog Walking in Wauchula

The small city of Wauchula, Florida is located in Hardee County. It is the county seat, and it has been called the “Cucumber Capital of the World”. The city encompasses just 3.24 square miles and is a popular location for families with children. This tranquil city is famous for bright sunny skies and scenic panoramas, and is conveniently located within an hour’s drive of all of south Florida’s best, including Tampa, Orlando, the Everglades and the white sand beaches of the Gulf Coast. There are six veterinarians in town, so healthcare for your pet is never far away either.

When you are in Wauchula with your canine companion, stop by Peace River Park. Situated near the shores of the Peace River, this tranquil park features several well-maintained trails that are perfect place to burn off some energy. There is also a picnic area and five free campsites where visitors are welcome to spend a night or two with their four-legged best friends.

While Wauchula’s dog-friendly amenities are limited, the city’s central location and close proximity to several larger cities make it a great place to live or visit. 

Best Dog Neighborhoods in Wauchula

Downtown Wauchula

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Population Density
33 per sq. mi.

Downtown Wauchula

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Whether you are a local or plan on passing through Downtown Wauchula, plan a visit to Wauchula Riverside Park. This small park is located on the banks of the Peace River, and is also called Crews Park. The boat launch is the perfect spot to begin a day on the water with your favorite water dog. Take the Peace River Trail, a paddle trail that goes for over a mile on the river. For those land lovers, the park offers a playground, picnic tables, and restrooms, as well as green space to play in. This park is a great place just to relax and take in the sights. 

Bowling Green City Center

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Population Density
106 per sq. mi.

Bowling Green City Center

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Bowling Green’s City Center neighborhood is located just six miles north of Wauchula, and the area is home to Paynes Creek Historic State Park. Located along Paynes Creek and the adjoining Peace River, this popular park features several hiking and nature trails that meander through historic sites and natural plant communities. Pets are welcome in the park as long as they are kept on-leash. Pet parents are encouraged to clean up after their animals, and waste disposals bags are available. This large park also has picnic areas where you can have a meal with your furry friend and a playground for your two-legged kids to enjoy. 

Fort Green

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Population Density
11 per sq. mi.

Fort Green

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Approximately 12 miles northwest of Wauchula, Bowling Green’s Fort Green neighborhood is home to the expansive Hardee Lakes County Park. Spanning roughly 1200 acres, this park features several hiking and biking trails. There are even handicap-accessible trails to explore. The trails wind through the woods and around the lakes, and they are a great place to walk with your canine companion. There are picnic tables, clean restrooms, a camping area and a playground. Whether you go for the day or decide to spend a few days camping, this park is the perfect place to relax and unwind with your four-legged friend. 

Sebring County Estates

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Population Density
334 per sq. mi.

Sebring County Estates

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Just over 18 miles east of Wauchula lies the town of Sebring. On the southern outskirts of this neighborhood, you will find Highlands Hammock State Park. This large State Park is one of Florida’s oldest parks, and it is the perfect place to spend a day exploring with your canine companion. There are several trails to hike, plus picnic areas. Leashed dogs are welcome in the park, but not on the boardwalk trails. Pet owners are required to clean up after their companions, and cleanup bags are available at the Ranger’s Station and at dispensers throughout the park. 

Avon Park Downtown

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Population Density
3,052 per sq. mi.

Avon Park Downtown

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If you’re feeling hungry, head about 20 miles east to Avon Park Downtown. For brick oven pizza and all your favorite hot and cold subs, try Little Italy. Dogs are welcome on the outdoor patio. Market 27 also serves up pizza along with strombolis, subs, burgers, salads and more. This restaurant also has two dog-friendly outdoor tables. If you and your pup want to spend some time soaking up the sunshine, stop by Donaldson Park. The park offers a playground for the kids to enjoy, and there are shaded shelters that are perfect for picnics. Located on Lake Verona, there’s even a large white sandy beach here for some pawsome romping.